It’s not often when principal foundations one holds dear align to benefit countless others. Heather and BJ Schaknowski share a passion and deep gratitude for the Armed Forces, the University of Georgia, and the business education they received at the Terry College of Business — a combined admiration that has motivated the couple to open pathways for others to experience.
The Classic City has always been a special place to Trent Nesbit. Sure, it’s where he grew up, but Trent thinks there’s more to it than that.
Kari Sicard has learned a lot from her travels. Now, she shows students in the Terry College of Business how international travel can be its own education.
Pressure from investors, in the form of lawsuits and shareholder proposals, has the potential to remake the legal landscape and force companies to disclose and address climate risks.
A recent study by UGA management faculty found men presenting with more warmth were viewed more positively by hiring managers.
Faculty at the Terry College of Business earned new accolades and grant funding in second half of 2023.
Is privacy have to be the price of free internet content? Maybe not, according to a recent study by Terry College marketing researcher Pengyuan Wang and George Washington University marketing researcher Li Jiang.
Richard Martin, associate professor of real estate at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, has tracked gentrification trends across the U.S. for more than a decade. His book, “Gentrification Trends in the United States” was published this summer.
Terry College of Business management information systems major Matt Tesvich topped the SEC Student Pitch Competition, bringing home first place and $10,000 for his odorless sock brand Ox Sox.
J.T. Wu had an idea. Discouraged by childhood illiteracy woes in Georgia’s Gwinnett County — where he grew up — Wu grouped with teachers and friends in 2019 to devise an experiment.
Acclaimed actor, writer and comedian Patton Oswalt spoke at the Business Learning Community as part of a Q&A event hosted by the Terry College’s Music Business Program on Oct. 18 in Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall.
Patton Oswalt knew he was destined to be a stand-up comic. His early audiences weren’t so sure.
The Executive MBA Program at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business is among the nation’s best public programs in a global survey published by the Financial Times.
For a player who has been so integral to the Georgia Bulldogs’ success in its back-to-back championship run, Ladd McConkey’s original plan did not include the University of Georgia.
Through the generosity of Gainesville natives Doug and Kay Ivester, an endowment of $600,000 is being established to fund study abroad scholarships for University of Georgia students from Hall County.
The value of an MBA is clear. In addition to preparing students for leadership roles in their organizations and opening new career opportunities, a 2022 study found MBA graduates earn higher salaries on average.
Jori Palmer (BBA ’10) and Georgia O’Donoghue (BBA ’11) know what Atlanta’s hometown teams mean to the 6 million residents who root for them.
When Kristen Dunning, a Georgia Full-Time MBA student and founder of Gently Soap, launched her sensitive skincare brand in 2021, she made a goal to appear on Shark Tank in 2025.
Jayan Patel’s love for Georgia football began long before he set foot on campus as a freshman.
The Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia has named its Economics Department the John Munro Godfrey, Sr. Department of Economics in honor of alumnus John Munro Godfrey, Sr.
From software for reporting sustainability metrics to makeup that can stand up to a day in the gym — students from Southeastern Conference universities are creating business ideas to shape the future.
Corporate reporting standards for environmental, social and governance issues are evolving in the United States. But in the European Union, ESG reporting is already a way of life for most big companies.
In July of this year, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act enacted new protections for pregnant workers in offices, hospitals, classrooms or the factory floor.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the Terry College of Business undergraduate program No. 21 overall and 11th among public business schools in the U.S.